(one) is (just) too much(redirected from one's too much)
(one) is (just) too much
One is really hilarious, entertaining, witty, etc. Sarah's new boyfriend is just too much—he had us in stitches all night! A: "So then I said, 'What, me worry?'" B: "Hahaha! Oh, Connie, you're too much!"
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You're too much!
1. Inf. You are too much of a problem for me. Andy: You're too much! I'm going to report you to the head office! Bob: Go ahead. See if I care. Bob: Get out! Just go home! You're too much! Andy: What did I do? Bob: You're a pest!
2. . Inf. You are just too funny, clever, entertaining, etc. Alice: Oh, Fred, that was really funny. You're too much! Fred: I do my best. Sally: What a clever thing to say! You're too much! Andy: Actually, I didn't make it up myself.